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e to secure that end. Grant's "fine turning movements."--how he was to have Operated on McClellan's old ground. It is very amusing to read extracts from the army correspondence of the New The Washington Union, presuming that Mr. Grant would enter Richmond from the "old ground of McClellan," reached by "that fine turning movement," thus explains how the operation was to be accomplis In the attack on Richmond it will be necessary to fight over the very ground occupied by General McClellan General Averill occupied Hawes's shop and Shady Grove at the time of the Hanover Court-Hou It will be necessary for General Grant to invest Richmond property, to occupy the very ground McClellan did, throwing his left wing around to-wards the Charles City Court House road, and his right bearing, behind which is the swamp in front of Fair Oaks. When Gen Grant does this, he is in Gen McClellan's old position with a much larger force. Morgan's raid in Kentucky--forces sent in purs
, and we may calculate with confidence that nothing less than this has been and is his design, and that no effort or stratagem will be left untried for that purpose. We have no fears for Richmond, not the slightest, nor any reverence for Grant as a great General. His object being the capture of Richmond and Gen. Lee's army, what evidence of generalship was there in permitting Lee to strip him of seventy five thousand men on his way to Richmond by the Rapidan, when by adopting at once McClellan's movement on the Peninsula he could have saved that immense force and thrown it between Lee and the South? Would not the seventy-five thousand men he has lost by coming on that famous line which he vowed he would stick to if it took all summer be very convenient now to move upon the rear of Petersburg, a movement which he may intend still to make, and which, if he were a great General, he would have provided for by placing there that immense host which he has made food for Confederate ri